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Jill Lee
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After serving as the editor of "Sharing the Victory" magazine of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Christian author Jill Ewert Lee released her first book, "Sharing the Victory: Being Your Best for God." Also an avid runner, Lee enjoys competing in road races and serving at Rosedale Church (KC, KS), where her husband serves as pastor.
After serving as the editor of "Sharing the Victory" magazine of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Christian author Jill Ewert Lee released her first book, "Sharing the Victory: Being Your Best for God." Also an avid runner, Lee enjoys competing in road races and serving at Rosedale Church (KC, KS), where her husband serves as pastor.

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Sometimes I just can’t take it. I just have to turn it off. Shut it down. Everyone seems to be able to give full vent to their opinions, but I can’t/won’t/don’t, and the effort it takes me to restrain myself is almost too much. Facebook has a way of raising...

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The Thing I Thought I'd Never Do
It’s finally happened. Brace yourselves. What I’m about to
say will shock some of you. I stopped running. WHOA there, Jill. WHAT??? I know. To those of you who know how entrenched in that
habit I’ve for more than a decade and how much of a part of my identi...

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Carrie Fisher is Beautiful and so am I
It just makes me angry. How can you possibly say things like
that?! In what world is it okay for people to just start shaming people for
GETTING OLDER?? In case you missed it, read this: http://www.theguardian.com/film/2015/dec/30/carrie-fisher-blasts-star-...

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An Open Letter to the World
Dear World, It’s been an
interesting week for you, hasn’t it? You’ve seen a lot in just the span of a
few days, and I know you consider it to be pretty monumental. I get it. I’m
sure if I didn’t believe the way I did, I’d think it was pretty monumental,
too...

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I'm starting to get angry.

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Brief Letter to the World
A brief message to our world:  That cross
that you despise so much? That cross that you think symbolizes bigotry and
hate? It symbolizes love—the kind of love that you’ll never know because you
refuse to open your eyes to it. No, Jesus doesn’t accept your s...

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Childish vs. Mature Freedom
I’ve been
feeling sentimental lately. It started on Memorial Day and has just been
getting stronger this week with the controversy surrounding the release of Sgt.
Bowe Bergdahl. Now it’s the 70 th anniversary of D-Day, and I feel
sad. What has
happened to u...

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Hanging up the Green Apron
"It takes courage to grow up and become who you are." - e.e. cummings It's time for me to grow again. To have courage. It's scary, and I don't like it. But I am going to go forward and do it. I'll be honest. I hate change. I'd rather bathe in a tub of chewe...
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